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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 February 1915

1 VVANTKD FltKBH OOWH. We will buy your Fresh Cows, If ft sallniaeiur, vr wuii vu uui i-ito or phone, Clover Farms I Doer Iiland, Oregon. rui TDA t n X Rates between St. Helens and Port land, 50 cents one way, 75 cents for the round trip. Tickets good until used. LihI .ve St. Helens 7:65 a. in. ii'tiiinliiK lesvea PurtlttDil 2:30 p. in. trite lit St Helen 4'4fi p. ui. C LIIOOCHKIRK NO BITE, NO STING. ALL RIGHT? SURE THING I OVIDA j 5c CIGAR II IIIV V V WVU - Professional cards :. A. ROSS ' UNERAL DIRECTOR LICENSED EMBALMER Bank Building . St Helens, Or. mwm Drone ) Rttidrnca R 2v )R. C. 15. WADE PHYSICIAN AND SURGCON MONS OU Vucktt Dldg. A f. Hi LENS, ORE. fl)R. W. R. DIN HAM DENTIST Office in B(ik BuiUing IKl. Helen!. . Orcpon o Hi-urn S 1.111.11- ami K e4l.i.nei 1 1 U, I Id $ hy Amxiiatmcnt onTv IU. A. C. TUCKER DENTIST ST. IIKI.I-NS, ORE(JON MUI KLE HI.DO. pR. L. CILRERT ROSS PHYSICIAN . SURGEON """'"" St. Helens PR EDWIN ROSS PHYSICIAN A SURGEON omen in hank ncii.DiNu rft. Helen...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 February 1915

f LQCALNEWS E. A. Rotger was a business visitor in Portland last Tuesday. Dave Caglo made a busluess trip to Portland last Tuesday. Rev. J. 8. Mowery was a business visitor at Portland last Saturday. Mrs. C. H. Thompson Is spending the week with relatives In Portland. Mrs. J. L. Williams, of West St. Helens, was visiting in St Helens to day. Mrs. E. A. Ross is recovering from a severe illness of several days dur ation Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Masten have moved to Portland where they will reside. D. E. Freeman, or Scappoose, was a county seat visitor during the week. Dr. H. R. Cliff came down from 'Portland last Sunday, returning the same day. Harry West, of Scappoose, attend ed to business matters in St. Helens last Tuesday. Mrs. P. J. Meyer visited with friends and relatives in Portland dur ing the week. Harvey Glen, of Quincy, was in St. Helens Thursday looking after busi ness matters. Mrs. Ray Watts, of Portland, has been visiting in St. Helens with Mrs. Jacob George. Mrs. Francis Ross...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 5 March 1915

s4 v " OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY Jlume XXXIV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1915. RCHANTS FORM AN ASSOCIATION AN IS TO COMBAT THE BAD BILL EVIL. 1ith ore Cariylnji Heavy Iliads nml HUNlnln never Annual I l.flMMI',1 Itv frdeltM. . nr t lio very popular reason and rely natural purpose of ulf pro Ion the retail merchant of fit Ii'iiM and Hon Hon have organized h Unit purpose In view a largely iiuied mottling if the retailer i hi'lil In the recorder office at City Hull. In St. Melons Wodno lilKllt. vcrul reasons may ho assigned M U1,II HII DIIIIUII1I wii MW ui I. 1 1 1 ii .1 i. n 1 1, n .f Y retull doalem, but preeminent jvo nil la Unit doalro and dotorml Hon to fight tho professional .ilheal. Tho retail morchant U ay the flrat victim of thla gen lie aoems to be tho common ty of every crook, profoaalonal and icrwlue, who happen to got him located In the community. Hun his or uiousuiim oi uonar arc I annually by the retailor of the ii try throuKh the operation of 1 class o...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 5 March 1915

ITrDEI 11 lwed Every Friday By THK MIST PUBLISHING COMPACT Uarfcl Davfe. Editor. Entered as txosl cia E,tlr. Jaxcary 1'.!!. 1 1 S. it tie Powolfic at Saint Helet. OrB, enier the Art of MarcS :rd. 1T. SUBSCRIPTION PJTES One yrr $1,5 Six Kottis i Airtnislzg wei E&ie kioni on application. corynr omau paper MAY WE MFXT fjFTEX. Newsipr work U a e: interest ing ail irstractive troffciKka. la ta other work Is there so csti cp portttcitj to tee the bursas Eie of people aad to stu3y the characteris tics of the individual. After tiree arS ae-talf years of act've newrpsper work ia St. Helens I am fuliy coa Tinced that Use profession Is a coble cue. Erlrg that tine I Lire labored tari and earnestly to give to every (!ui of readers the tews of the eon; m unity ad tc Use a stand oa all pabo? c.?iois for what 1 ee',-rn:isN3 w be for tie best interests of the Easy, la soxe of those policies I may bare been Eif takea, and yet 1 leave tte Ge'.d w5ti to feeling of rt-rr s. with the pos sible eiee;...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 5 March 1915

AT SOP COUNTYS ROAD mm ;OPLE WANT STATE TO FINISH THE JOB IT STARTED. I w: paper Comment on the Situation Shows Condi tion ol Attains. Tim Morning Aslorliin, reviewing . i-i-cciit history ot rottd-lmllilitiK i Int. sup Comity, reaches tlio con ,,,n that It I tlio duty of the L, to ronio to tlio rescuo mid h t!u work on tlifl t oluinblii ,. begun atut pnrtiy compiet- untler tlio direction of tlio Ktute mmliudun. Tlio logfc of tlio Au nt paper Ih fushloned Ah follow: i.;ir unil a hnlf. ngo, when tho ,1 ImmhIh were voted, tlio County nt promised Hint every penny of . $: .0(1,000 woulil Im spent umlor supervision of tho State lllgh y ComiiiiKHlon. And bo It win, .'. Ci.iiiiiiIhi'W'U l""l H'o rnysn In remel mutter In which tlio roiid ml money wiiii concerned, i no .rnliik Antorliiii I poclllvo Hint If Cmiiiiy Court hnd superlntend liirociul of tlm Btrito. we would i. rtmllzort tnoro for our money. Hit S.1 to 30 miles or rmliiiou ul tliiin 100 miles of unfinished. il now wo loolt to tlio ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 5 March 1915

I . ST. HELENS MIST. FRI DAY. MARCH 5, 1915. . - t w - . 1 I ' . - vrt I A i L1-MA1G BODY (MANY COUNTIES ARE IN DEBT HAS OD RECORD i Few Are Free From the Yoke ' ot Financial Liability. LOPPED OFF TWO MILL- j ION DOLLARS FROM ! PUBLIC EXPENSE. i No New Boards or Commis-j siorts Were Created to f Exist on Public Pap. I Tie recent session of the LerM la tare really made a Terr coxceda t'.c recerd fsr iteir. Ia a great tzzy instances important saTings were effected. Sc.no eonstructire ' Legislation tu erected arid cinri sensless laws were repealed The ,' Le.!-iitsre appn prated aal left j Banding in miliite aad taxes and j continuing appropriations Sf. 477,031 1 for the sen two fears as against I7.735.SI1 in 1&13. a net redaction j of ll,:;5,?Si). With laws repealed, and consolidations effected the total j state redactions wi!l be two mill' Ions No new taxes w-ro ispofed Public debt, for some reason, holds the attention of people to almost tie same degree of Interest as personal ob...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 5 March 1915

N. N V ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY; MARCH 5, 1915 LIGIBLES FOR DUTY AS COURT JURORS . - I L t of Name From Which IhKulur Panel Will Ix) Drawn. The County Court .recently soloct 11 llHt of 200 names from tho tax It un ellglbloa for Jury sorvlvo dur- 1916. From this llttt tho reg- r panels of 31 names for each of regular tormt of Circuit Court iron will be drawn, one for the m. Following It the lint: nioilt, Martin Mint knrtnan, Androa Qoble huh, Chariot II. Rainier pallia, Albert Deer Inland Quins, Fred R. ........ Scappoose jilrldKO, Joseph II ..MIhI jinn, L. 0 . . . Bcnppoosc liiHiulHt, T. N Warren jillkwr, Itudolph . .Ooble Ik, Alexander ....... .Scappoose IkliiH. Airred W Apiary jicoii. James A Warren klnl, Joseph .Clutskanie Inzer, John J. Mint krer. (loorge W Yankton irr, Juntos A Clutskanie xtcr, William F .Clatakanle fcivcrn. M. It. Scappoose ligln, Frank M Houlton ifU'T, Henry Clatakanle kilHtoln, John Vernonla 'nhi'tt, Homer T Warren irtluh). John Warren rg, Theodore St. Helena...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 5 March 1915

r 1 5 Personal News J Attorney J. W. Day tu a busi ness visitor last Tuesday. Mrs. Fred H. Adams, of Goble. m la SL Helens Wednesday. Mrs. J. L. Cook Tisited last Satur day with friends in Portland. H. F. McComick was a business visitor in Portland Wednesday. Mr. J. M. Hanson was a business visitor in Portland Wednesday. Mrs. M. F. Haxen was Tisiiins in Portland Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. J. L. Zipperer was a business visitor at Clatskanie last Monday. Miss Lucille Slade went to Port land Wednesday on a shopping tour. A. S. Harrison and son and daugh ter motored to Portland last Sunday. Mrs. E .C SUnwood was a Port land visitor last Saturday and Sun day. John Testing, of St. Johns, visited with friends in SL Helens last Sun day. Herbert Wharton has been reap pointed postmaster at Columbia City. v Mrs. W. G. Muckle visited friends in Portland several days during the week. " . A ' . Rolaa Mastea was attending to business matters in Portland last. Tuesday Miss Mary McGregor and sliter,...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 12 March 1915

TRW OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY JLUME XXXIV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915 " J.BOWLBY VISITS COLUMBIA COUNTY S FOR FIRST TIME, KriilTT'O "T? TITO T AO ORS ON HIGHWAY. krlitl by 1'iMil Over Cunkklcr alile Portion of the Itoari, Viewing (Viulltions. lajor Howlby, state highway cn r.r, linn visited Columbia coun- for Iho flritt time. This event place during the present Ik, tn-n tlmt gentleman, in com- y with other, traveled by fool jr a considerable portion of the Lin v.ork of Columbia Highway till county. Just what the re- III bo la very problematical re hai been nothing accomplish Ion the highway since laat winter; nrer. the county haa been allow clulm for salaries and expeuse t along. Thla condition, war tight to a temporary ending by County Court at Ha regular Jrch term, when It refused to al- a batch c' claims accruing since taut terni of court, for alleged Mces rendered, approximately r $1200. These bill were re JnM to Major Ilowlhy for an ex- nation and carefu...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 12 March 1915

FOUNDED 1881 Issued Every Friday By TnK MIST rVBIJSHIXG COMPANY" David Davis, Editor. Entered as Becond class matter, January 10th, 1913, at the Postoffice at Saint Helens, Oregon, under the Act of March 3rd, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year $1.50 Six Months 76 Advertising rates made known on application. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER SHALL WE PAVE? A matter upon which the people of St. Helans are to be called upon for an expression of sentiment is the proposal to improve the street leading from the court house toward the depot. It is proposed to make this a permanent improvement, which naturally, will involve the expenditure of perhaps ten thous and dollars. Year after year there is an expenditure on the street and road leading to Houlto.i, which, in the aggregate, after a period of ten years, has exceeded tho cost of a per manent improvement, by a large Bum, and yet there is no road. This criticism is made only in the kindli est spirit, as we appreciate the fact that in vll that has been...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 12 March 1915

PROCEEDINGS MARCH TERM COUNTY COURT VOIKICOIM IMPORTANT MAT- r . . ..i ... .u .... ttj ( li.ll.MS AMOWKD. ' durt Will Kwoiiveiie for TruiiNM Ihiii of 1'iirHnT HunIiifsi on March ao. .. t i.Im 3rd day of Mnrcli. IK IB. mint for IwurlnK the petition of I J, TIioiiihi Biiu . Dinars, irB '.i.'... r..uiillnir In tho roud district - !i..iu til Hiild iroiiiiHOil road. Ilf HlBNIvin - r - - - r,. Din HHtnlillHliiiittnt of a fount rmul, tli'Hcrlbod h follow: CommtimMHK til mammi n Ht the iiuorMiciiou m uiuiumn .mil Itodiirlck Ave.. ulutted L lloiiviT llomoi I'M. KollowlniC Iton-ricn io o wi,.,r.i Vlw Itond; following Orch- hrd Vlt'W loud In ft. general Nr K. jllredlon, on tlm 1 available LnUv of wet Ion 10, T. 6, N. H. 2. kv tliHi-o miHt to H mile make on ' ' . .. . n , n .. ; ll II il B. MHO iieiwmn n'.'i.b. tv nu 1 T. N. II., 3 W.J Hie place of ter- lnliiatlnll. And It natlnractoruy appeanim to he Court from proof fllod herein, , i,w, iwitim of Hie nendoncy of hid iirowdlnK liaa been given,...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 12 March 1915

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1915. 'it f I: '1 PROCEEDINGS MARCH TERM COUNTY COURT XVMEKOIS IMl'OHT.IXT MAT TKKS DISIDSLO OF MANY CLAIMS ALLOWED. Court Mill Itcconvetie fur Transac tion of Further Uusiness on March 20. (Continued from page 3.) S. White, coroner's examnation, Case, $9.00; C. E. Wado, physician, same, JG.Ol); H. J. Southard, truant officer, $9.00; J. W. Allen, sup plies and expense school superinten dent, $32.90; J. W. Allen, postage, same, $2.00; Kdna Harris, work for same, $5.00; E. V. Saxton, fruit in spector, $6S.70; J. Erickson & Sou, supplies to Stead, $10.00; Ambu lance Service Co., services for Guild, $3.00; Dr. W. K. Welch, care of .Martinson, $25.00; Kainier Phar macy, supplies to Martinson, $6.10; Xilsen & Peterson, same, $25.00; Clatskanie Mercantile Co., supplies to Frederickson, $10.00; C. H. Briggs, supplies to Sobieski, $20.00; L. ('. Chase, supplies to Dayton, $5.00; Good Samaritan Hospital, care Foster and Welch, $70.00; St. Vincent's H...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 12 March 1915

ILK PURITY IS A CREDITABLE ASSET ly Chemist of Portland, Hiwnk Kindly of Htato Dairymen. H. C. Galloway, tlio city chemist fr Portland, In an address beforo leiilnK Btur Orange lawt Saturday, Lemming Portland's milk supply, mlo somo vory Important state- ntK. lla iiive on account of the iv method of taking euro of milk, marking ll"t milk had bncomo ii of Iho most Important foods Led. I'ortlund alono using 18,000 klloiiM of milk a day, and tlio whole u n try uhIiik 0,300,000 gallons a . lla said furthor: "A new era has coma In the hand it of milk, and we have now clean methods than wore employed rmorly. I can remambnr and you n remember whun wo milked cows ih unclean hands, and when all rin of filth wont Into the milk, and in the milk dealer mado up any irtiiKO thnro might bo in his supply inking watur from a slouxh or tn any source; but thnre Is notli- K uf thut sort now. Milk comes to m n'opi clonn, pure and whole- limn, una lias nni oovn auo 10 ohitik Iohh as much as to the hoar e...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 12 March 1915

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1715. 1 JPersonal News j Mr. and Mrs. Cbarlea Lake spent Saturday In Portland. Mrs. A. L. Stone was a visitor In Portland last Saturday. John Philip was business vis itor In Portland Tuesday. Mrs. J. H. Collins spent Saturday In Portland with friends. Martin White was a business vis itor In Portland Tuesday. Fred Watkins was a business vis itor to Portland on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blakesley motored to Portland Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Von A. Gray visited In Portland during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mann were Portland visitors last Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Cassett visited friends and relatives in Portland last Mon day. H. F. McCormick went to Port land Wednesday on a business mis sion. C. J. Larson, a prominent farmer of Warren, spent Thursday in St. Helens. A. L. Stone witnessed a hockey game in Portland last Thursday evening. J. H. Quinn visited with his fam ily in Portland last Saturday and Sunday. W. A. Levy, of the City Garage, was a busine...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 March 1915

I J I I i a Li ? OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY Klume XXXIV. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1915. NO. 13 W'V. Ill II II I 1 I I UNTY JUDGE CLARK INSPECTS HIGHWAY IIHONAI. 1NVKHTK1ATION MADE TO AHCKRTAIN CONDITIONM. IM kii'iueiiis in nigiiway i-nguier lh Not IMwr Close! Invctlgtlin a ( Work Dona. Oiinty Judge Clark ha boon out Ihu hIIII hunt thla week on a tour Investigation anil Inspection ol km or i oiuniuia Highway. The iliio wunt to Uoble Thursday by iiiniohllti, ami (rum there by foot r that portion of tho highway bin liohla to Prescott. At a point I ho highway between those two keen thuro a section ot the work ilcli Is said to bo wofully de li'iit In tho standard of Its con duction. Recent statements given l wero to the effect that through tho ilii'tance ot the completed jiulu every requirement ot the Iwlf lent loin for conatructlon were niiicly complied with. Judge birt did not fuel perfectly aatlHfled regard to the matter, hence riMinul Investigation. At a point on ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 March 1915

'A ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1915. FCSDE1 tmi IhhimhI Ewy Friiluy By. THE SHST PUBLISHING COMPATT David DrtK. Editor. Entered aa smoiuI clans matter, January Kith, 1312. at the PiiHtoffice at Saint Helena. Onenn, nndf.r tlie Act ot Marca 3rd, 1373. 3CB3CBXPTION RATES j One year 1150, Six Months Ta Advertising- rates made known on application. COOTS" OFFICIAL PAPER INTERIOR KIiHWAT9. There could not be a better invest ment made by the public than to de vote its full energies and a good deal ot ita funda to the building and thor ough. Improvement of roada leading to interior and isolated pointa with in thia county. The settlements and development of thia county are large ly along the water front. Thia ia due entirely to the fact that the interior ia inaccessible because there are no roada. Soil in the interior sections is just aa fertile, opportunities are juat aa abundant for home-making and life could be made Just aa at tractive and industry rewarded just aa amply in the In...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 March 1915

1 NEW LAWS REDUCE COST OF ELECTIONS jtlTKKI IL SAVIXO WILL BK RE- tti iT or vorno die to SIMPLER St STEM. rnuu' Rrlui Art U Coa tttiert,l Very I Impewv. meal . Important change to th atactica U simplifying th registration and l(t.ti0n machinery and making mat erial reduction ln wre tnacted at tl went session of th lejlstutur. Th nw Uf providing for th tlwrtloa of dlgt to party sitlonal convention and presiden-l til electors wilt v t& tat about $10.aat a year, for, under It. such tenons mi honored mut par hi awn tipn!. House bill 217. tntrodue i by Representative Child, of Una coanty. which provld for two juiit of election Instead of threw. It u estimated, will save the atata 129.904 each election year. Sew lUa of Rrtdnlcrtac. Important change vara also made In tu rttitloo law. Thrwugh tli klmlaeM of County Clark Br aett Th MUt la enabled to pre sent below th new taw covering tha naa in th registration syV-'"U nf Oregon: A BILL. Tor aa Art providing for ramoT tag an J strtklng fr...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 March 1915

I Si Ml 'S! l - (I fci ; j ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1915. ROAD SITUATION IS TOLD IN CANDID WAY rXBIASED EXPOSITION OF THE FACTS CXJXCERXIXG HIGH WAY IX THIS CM NTT. Reasonable Statements Presented by IUiatereed Party After Full Investigation. The following article. apperin In the Oregonian of Monday of thli wck, treating the road situation in Columbia county, is reproduced for two reason. In the first place it is a Tery fair and unbiased exposi tion of the situation, especially hav ing been prepared by an outsider. In the second place, being such, it serves two purposes, that of plac ing the matter before the people of the state, that they may hare a better understanding of the situa tion, and that many people in this county may also know how the matter In regarded ty outsiders. The jroad question In Columbia county has attracted state-wide attention. The situation should be biven all the honest notice It can get. Out side influences are frequently of a stronger nature on ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 March 1915

ST, HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 1915. AVY COST OF OPERATING STATE lliilloiis Maintained hy Public Have Imtho i:xi"iiMfl. rovlilinl that state Institutions departments maintained wholly i.i nnrl iruill luiiu uurifwu JjukIi appropriation make ox- LllturoH Willi:! will monsuro up l,lr estimates In the state uud ,ua pimt of mulntalnlng the government for the present Lnlum will totttl, I7,B1.Z37.1B liiorwiHO of $30,405.63 over nrnvlouB biennial porlod nc- iilnr to figures compllod In the Votary of state's office. inures recently prnparod by the Ltnry how that the approprla- muter existing laws aggregato :i 1 0.04 8.67 for the present blon- li ,,,-rlml. which la $381,313.41 L thnn fur the previous blminlum, appropriations undur existing thi'n totaling $8,681,002.08. this urn tho recent legislature lirlliufd $3,906,016.70, which 1044.660.06 tons thnn tho total ronrlutlon of tho proceeding log- iiurH, and tho remainder con- ilnK and mlllngo i pproprlatlons. iccordlng to tho budget Issued...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 19 March 1915

6 ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, MARCH 19. 1915. jfpersonal News"jf" irv w w w w wJk Frel Adams, of Deer Island, was in the county seat IVsUnesiay. Mrs. J. R. Hobbs and daughter, Lucille, were Portland tisitors last Saturday. Mrs. Charles Brown, wife of the efficient deputy sheriff, went to Portland Wednesday. Attorney W. H. Powell was down from Portland this moraine attend ing to legal matters. Miss Beryl Muckle went to Port- land last Saturday to visit relatives and friends for a week. Senator George M. McBride was down from Portland Monday at tending to legal matters. Bert Seffert, of Deer Island was among those contributing his part to the county funds this week. Bert was in town Tuesday. J. H. Southard and J. W. Allen were attending to business matters in Portland, Hiiisboro and Forest Grove during the week. Walter Blakesley was host to a number of ladies Wednesday, when he motored to Portland, accom panied by his wife, Mrs. J. W. Allen and Mrs. Eugene Blakesley. Miss Bessie Hattan w...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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